Foreclosure cases take longer despite new law - Orlando Sentinel


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Foreclosure cases take longer despite new law
Orlando Sentinel
Foreclosure cases are taking longer to make their way through Florida courts despite a new state law intended to speed them up. Cases that were cleared at the end of last year took an average of 32 months to get through the courts — up from 28 months ...
Despite new law, Florida foreclosures take longerHousing Wire

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Number of foreclosures could be good news for home buyers, neighbors - WFTV Orlando


Number of foreclosures could be good news for home buyers, neighbors
WFTV Orlando
Orlando Regional Realtor Association chairman Zola Szerence said that in March of last year there were only 731 foreclosures for sale in the Orlando Market. He said that this March there were 1,648. "I think there's going to be more availability for ...


Foreclosures Continue Fall in First Quarter - Memphis Daily News


Foreclosures Continue Fall in First Quarter
Memphis Daily News
Foreclosure activity is one of those things where even declines are not as always universally cheered. In Shelby County, 760 residential foreclosures were filed during the first quarter, according to real estate information company Chandler Reports, ...


More homeowners no longer need to be in foreclosure, and they may not even ... - Washington Post (blog)


Washington Post (blog)

More homeowners no longer need to be in foreclosure, and they may not even ...
Washington Post (blog)
This baffling tidbit from RealtyTrac turns on its head the most common reason behind foreclosures in recent years. When the housing market soured and home prices plunged, many people ended up “underwater” – meaning they owed more on their ...
Quarter of Florida foreclosures have equity, confounding expertsPalm Beach Post (blog)
Jacksonville in top ten for underwater foreclosuresBusiness Journal
More about negative equity in MinnesotaMinneapolis Star Tribune (blog)
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Dip continues in Wisconsin foreclosures - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


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Dip continues in Wisconsin foreclosures
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Russell Kashian, a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater economics professor who tracks foreclosures in the state, said there is no question the foreclosure crisis is over. There isn't anything on the horizon in the economy that would signal a revival, he ...
Home foreclosures down in WisconsinWHBL Sheboygan
Weather-weary north may get up to 16 inches; Motor-trolling may become legal ...Hudson Star Observer

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Denver Design Center, in foreclosure, could soon go to new owners - The Denver Post


Denver Design Center, in foreclosure, could soon go to new owners
The Denver Post
CW Capital, which has pushed back the foreclosure auction nine times waiting for a buyer to emerge, could have claimed the center on Thursday but withdrew its bid Tuesday evening, Porter said. CW Capital — or another interested buyer — has until May ...

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